On December 22, the permanent visa-free regime between Ukraine and North Macedonia started working.
As State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Andriy Zayats posted on Twitter, the launch of visa-free regime with North Macedonia on a permanent basis means the cancellation of short-term and long-term (immigration) visas.
Therefore, citizens of Ukraine and North Macedonia will be able to travel with biometric passports for up to 90 days.
Ukraine and North Macedonia signed the agreement on the abolition of short-term and long-term immigration visas, as well as agreed on launch of visa-free regime on a permanent basis on December 18.
On August 21, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the agreement with North Macedonia on conditions for mutual visa-free travel for citizens.